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Figure 2 | BMC Genomics

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From: Sex differences in the human peripheral blood transcriptome

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Between transcript correlations are higher in males than in females for 2 modules. WGCNA (Weighted Gene Co-Expression Network Analysis) resulted in 9 modules with correlated transcripts, two of which were highly enriched for female-biased genes, and 3 for male-biased genes. From the latter three, two modules contained genes from which the pair-wise correlations were stronger in males compared to females. A) Module #6 contained 45 genes, 76% of the correlations computed in males (y axis) were larger than those computed in females (x axis). B) Module #9 contained 35 genes, 92% of the correlations computed in males (y axis) were larger than those computed in females (x axis).

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